I'm back tonight with a post I've been working on for a few days. I adored every one of these colors and am so glad I had the good fortune to snag them all! Lulu from Elevation Polish makes some extremely fabulous, high quality polish. It's nice to have so many finish choices in one outstanding indie brand - Lulu excels in cremes, jellies, holos, glitters, shimmers! You name it and shes got it. She also has one of a kind and Small Batch Prototypes (SBP) that are exciting to snag (almost like winning the lottery amongst other polish fanatics). Unfortunately the majority of the polish I am sharing tonight are not available as they were SBP, exclusive or discontinued. But there are so many others that are fantastic you won't miss a thing. There is a restock coming up on 12/22 at 9:00 am CST.
Up first we have Mountain Air. Mountain Air is a gorgeous taupe-nude base with a soft holo shimmer. I simply adore nude holos and this on is absolutely dreamy! Formula and application were both fantastic! I used 2 coats and no topcoat. This was a SBP.
This beautiful, shimmery green-blue color is Mountian Mint. It's such a soft and delicate minty color, it's very refreshing. Mountain Mint also has a beautiful iridescent light pink-purple shimmer and a smidgen of green and gold micro glitter. Fabulous formula and application on this one as well. I used 2 coats and no topcoat. This was a SBP.
Mount Agepsta is another stunning polish - it's a meduim dusty blue with blue and purple shimmer. Such a gorgeous color that is perfect for any time of year. The shimmer is so prominent in the sunshine...you'd have to see it in person becuase my sunshine picture did not do it justice. Mount Agepsta had impeccable formula and application. I used 2 coats and no topcoat. This was an exclusinve color.
I was given this beauty as a gift and I love it! Marble Caves is a fabulous polish with a purple jelly-ish base. It has purple and blue sparkly glitters throughout that have a glowy effect. It also has a thermal look - darker around the edges, lighter in the middle, such a cool effect. The first coat on Marble Caves was pretty sheer, but it built up great after 3 coats. I did not use topcoat. This is a discontinued polish.
Wuyi Mountain is one that I was lusting after pretty bad. It was a SBP that I'd missed, sad days. BUT Llarowe picked this up as one of her exclusive colors and it's still available today! Wuyi Mountain is a bright grassy green base with green and turquoise shimmer. So beautiful! The shimmer on this one really shines through. Formula and application were both amazing. I used 3 coats and no topcoat.
Finally I have I <3 Yeti. I really do <3 Yeti. I was determined to get this last year and my stalking paid off! Yeti is a milky white base full of matte white glitters. There are mostly hexs, with a few white hearts for happy surprises. There is also this amazing blue shimmer that really shows up well against the white base. I used 2 coats of Orly Au Champagne and 1 coat of I<3 Yeti. I used 1 layer of topcoat to seal in and smooth out the glitter. This was a SBP.
ugh....love those blues. I want.ReplyDelete
Well now you only have 1 blue to find Michelle! :)Delete
those first 2 and the last one... DROOL!!!!!ReplyDelete
Mountain Mint in the sunshine pic: have mercy! Great shimmer shot!ReplyDelete
The shimmer in all of these is just out of this world amazing!Delete
Love the shimmers and subtle holos, but (of course) the purple, Marble Caves, is my fave!ReplyDelete
Thanks for all the great comments on my posts! Happy holidays to you too Arathael!Delete